Eastwood is one of the few neighborhoods on James Island located right on the Charleston Harbor and backs up to the 23 acres of the former May Forest Convent, so it feels very nestled into the island. It is a more established neighborhood with homes built from the 50s all the way through to the 90s. Being only 5 minutes from downtown Charleston and 10 minutes from the beach, its location is prime.
Because the homes in Eastwood were built over such an extended period, one can find a wide range of home styles.
People are drawn to this neighborhood for a number of reasons; location, mature landscaping, high-ranking schools, walking trails, and a community park on the harbor. Melton Peter Demetre Park (sometimes called Sunrise Park) is just minutes away with a fishing pier, kayak dock, two sandy riverfront beaches, and some of the best harbor views.
Meet a James Island Expert:
Specializes in: Beach Properties, Second-Home Buyer
Upon arriving in Charleston over 36 years ago, Keith immediately knew he had found his home. Keith is a firm believer the Charleston coast offers the perfect combination of climate, culture, industry, hospitality, and scenic beauty. When asked why he loves real estate so much, Keith replied, “The Charleston coast sells itself, and I feel very blessed to see my clients realizing their lifelong dream to live here, just as I have.”
Although Keith represents buyers and sellers all over the Charleston coast, his specialty is Folly Beach – and it shows. Nobody knows Folly Beach better!
During his spare time, Keith enjoys paddle boarding and fishing with his children and volunteering with youth at Seacoast Church and local public schools. His favorite event is Low Country Orphan Relief’s annual beach day for children on Folly Beach.